XYO is listed as a crypto-currency, but the CMO behind it says it isn't one. What does this mean?
You may be hearing a lot about geo-mining and XYO, but can you make money from it right now? I answer that question based on my direct experience.
My experiences trying many plug-in bathwater heaters--and finding the best one!
Bi- or dipallia is the medical condition of having two penises
Double your iPhone battery life by permanently emulating Low Power Mode
Apps that support trading all work a bit differently meaning the right one for you depends on what kind of investing you intend to do.
Using a combination lock box to avoid being locked out
Which animals are symbols of he Easter holiday, and why?
A discussion of mythological two-headed snakes and the real animals that may have inspired them.
Periodically the news goes crazy about n orange alligator, but they are actually not that uncommon-- and NOT caused by rust or pollution.
The origins of the donkey and elephant as politic symbols in America.
Fish tank filtration media can be expensive to replace. Using off-brand filter media can save money and works just as well.
How to get hair coloring stains off her face and hands
Choosing the best chlorine neutralizer to make tap water safe for your fish
A discussion of the best way to attach a hose to an indoor water tap.
As a customer who has been using eBay since its inception, I have some tips on how to get rare items for rock-bottom prices.
My guide to buying prescription spectacles online, comparing the advantages and disadvantages relative to buying from a brick-and-mortar store.
You can make money taking surveys, but not a lot so be careful not to waste time.
How the average person can approach earning money online effectively and with realistic expectations. Approaches that optimize the benefits from online work that does not require specialist skills.
What are glofish and is it ethical to keep them?
Horse taxidermy: history, techniques and applications.
Breeds of animal with "dalmatian" spotted coats. Implications for their health.
Circus acts where large exotic cats ride horses.
Striped dogs, natural and otherwise
The types and forms of trees used for making wishes--with maps showing where examples can be found
Mulefoot hooves in pigs, cattle and other animals. Trait or defect?
Female deer with antlers -- why doe it happen?
Can you ride deer? Yes you can!
There is no such thing as a black lion, so why do rumors persist?
Deer with enormous antlers: impressive or just sad freaks? I discuss whether they should count as hunting trophies.
Three legged horses, due to congenital malformation or injury
Big rocks are like clouds, people are always thinking they look like other things. Like elephants....
Dogs pulling carts: for work and play
Female centaurs in myth and art
Different approaches to creating a dragon costume
Can reindeer really pull a sleigh? Indeed, and more than one type!
Hippos in the circus.
Black foxes: wild, farmed and as pets
The Saint Christopher Doghead a.k.a. Christopher Cynocephalus--the saint with the head of a dog
Arion an immortal horse associated with many heroes of ancient Greek myth.
What us roach back, and how bad is it for a horse?
Why do some women ride motorcycles sidesaddle?
Poll evil is an infected area at the top of the horse's neck which is now uncommon due to better hygiene and well-designed tack.
A two-headed calf that was put on display.
Deer velvet antler, what it is and how it is used, and the ethical issues.
The geoduck is a giant clam considered a delicacy in many countries.
What is a dork deer, and are there more of them than ever before?
Humorous antique postcards featuring horses.
The smallest draft team is a matched pair. Here are some of the tallest and heaviest on record.
I know size (so they say) isn't everything, but here are some examples of bulls with large horns.
The strangest bull every. Andy was a bovine with two faces who lived to the age of 12.
Old pictures of lots of people trying to sit on one poor horse.
Two-tailed mermaids, sirens and melusines.
Genetic causes of hair loss in dogs.
Cam you ride cattle like horses? Yes you can!
Mythical creatures with three heads. From elephants to demons.
Bromide postcards with horses.
A list of tiger attacks causing human fatalities or serious injuries.
How to ride a bucking bronco without even trying.... Early trick photography. All you need is a model, a camera, and a taxidermy horse.
Fake horses in antique photos. The range of options.
Exaggerated photo postcard. Ride rabbit, pick a one tonne apple...
The biggest horses in the world. Largest, tallest, heaviest.
Boxing animals: entertainment or abuse?
The side saddle, elegant or just dangerous? It is becoming popular again.
Bears and apes on bikes. Is it a good idea?
The first ape in space, ham the chimpnaut, spent most of his life in solitary confinement.
Calves born without hair throughout history.
Are all cattle born with horns? Not if they are polled!
Goat carts for fun and practicals purposes, with pictures.
Animals that get around with missing or non-functional back legs. From vintage and modern photographs.
Full sized models of horses are used for a variety of purposes. the most common are training, display and art.
Roy Rogers' horses: Trigger, Trigger Junior, Little trigger... and Soapsuds.
Vintage and antique photographs of white deer.
Squirrel, but purple. It doesn't get any better than that.
A vintage photograph as a jumping off point for discussing over-grown hoofs. Over-grown hooves are evidence of neglect.
Can a pig live with only two legs? Yes, it can even thrive!
Animals with two tongues: cats, slow loris... and people!
A vintage picture of a deer with a growth on ts neck.
A hub about the experiment of Dr Vladimir Demikhov who created a two-headed dog through surgery. Pictures may be disturbing.
I vintage photograph showing cross species nursing. A cow nurses three orphan lambs.
"Swayback" or lordosis in horses.
Holy cow! It;s triplet calves! (And aren't they cute...)
Is this deer a freak? It's not even unique!
Rabbits without ears. A discussion based on two vintage photographs and modern examples.
Vintage photograph of a white raccoon form the collection of H E Zimmerman. Probably leucistic rather than albino.
It's not a deer-cow hybrid, but what is it? I am open to suggestions.
Vintage photographs of calves born with three legs, and modern examples.
Real three eyed "Blinky" fish found in Argentina.
Could the kraken be real? Well, it is fun to imagine....
How does an animal end up with two tails? Sometimes genetics and something quite literally by accident.
Hipster Kitty has already read this hub.
It is not just people that sometimes need prosthetic arms or legs, or wings or teeth. here are some pioneers of the animals kingdom that won;t let the loss of a body part hold them back--with a little help from their human friends.
Did you realize that you can ride a zebra, or train it to pull a wagon?
Vintage photographs of women in mermaid costumes. Sexy but innocent, the vintage mermaid, model, actress or pin up. A fantasy from another age.
How did the animal lose its ears? I don't know but it seems to happen a lot!
Half man, half bull, all costume. Why not dress up as a minotaur this Halloween?
Horses, wings, and costumes. A Pegasus costume is difficult to pull off, but here are some great examples!
Mermaid mummies, are any of them real? Well, no. Most of them aren't even very convincing.
The jackalope; a true American mythical animals. (And cute as a button, too).
Don't have a zebra? No? Well, do have a pony and a pot of paint? Then, no problem!
Fursuits are detailed costume that can make you look like an animal, real or imaginary. Wearing these suit is a part of "furry fandom" and they can be seen at many major conventions. They come in many different styles and types.
Is there really such a thing as a cat with wings? No. But there is something that looks a lot like it....
People with tails. They really exist!
Want to walk on the wild side with your pets? A cockroach or a jellyfish?
Like a cross between a robot and a bicycle or motor-cycle, a mechanical horse is a wonder to behold.
For a truly unique costume, why not the cyclops?
It is not just humans that wear costumes, horses can too! This is a collection of some of the best horse costumes on the web.
Want to be a mermaid? Apparently you are not alone. Here are some examples of tails you can build or buy.
Horse shoes... with a difference. Heelless high fashion, equine costumes and furry footwear. This hub shows you all the boots and shoes that look just like hooves.
Sometimes animals near extinction give us a second chance. The question is: will we take it?
Some animals are born with a more fearful temperament, or more susceptible to stress. How does that happen?
Angry animals, born that way. Sometimes it is in the genes!
How does an animal lose its tail? I don't know, but it seems to happen a lot!
True stories of people who married animals.
Wrinkled animals from many species. It may cute, but is it bad for their health?
It is not just people who wear dreadlocks. Dogs, sheep, donkeys and even mice wear their hair corded up in dreads.
Hair is good; animals are good. So animal with extra hair are extra good! Yay!
The Bible mentions satyrs, unicorns and dragons, but does that mean they used to really exist. Not really, as you will see.....
Are zebras always striped black and white? You might be surprised!
Melanism is a condition that gives animals from many different species coal black skin or fur. Squirrels, foxes, even fish and moths.
Mermaid and merman costumes are great for Halloween and parties. There are many off the rack and home made options.
Fainting goats and rag-doll cats. Why do some animals just fall over?
Myostatin mutation creates animals that look like they have twice the usual amount of muscle. Cattle, sheep, mice, dogs and even fish.
Sometimes animals are born with extra limbs. Here are some fascinating examples.
Birds of the sun: the phoenix, firebird and bennu.
How many genes does it take to turn an animal into a light bulb? Just one: the jellyfish gene!
Animals colored like the rainbow! Bright, beautiful animals.
Conjoined twins are very rare but occur in many species. This Hub covers a number of fascinating examples.
Two-heads animals from myth and legend. Oh, so many reasons why we make up animals wit two heads.
The symbolism of Christmas includes many animals. Both those associated with the Christ story and earlier pagan traditions.
Nude mice, spinx cats, and other animals with no hair.
The many headed hydra. An animal of myth.
Cerberus the three-headed dog of the underworld.
Look at these amazing centaur costumes! Some with fur, or moving legs, or centaur in armor or fully clothed!
Creatures from Australian folklore. The bunyip and the yowie.
The real one-eyed monster. The cyclops.
Unicorn costumes from the beautiful to the bizarre.
Like animals, only smaller. Dwarf and miniature animals.
Whether you think taxidermy is cool or creepy, here are some unusual examples.
Animals that don't usual have stripes, with stripes!
Half horse, half fish, all hippocampus.
Animals with two heads.
Cyclopia is a serious genetic defect that results on an appearance similar to the one-eyed cyclops. It can affect almost any species of animal.
Animals that lack color but are not fully albino are called "leucistic". There are examples from almost every species of animal.
White deer are important in myth and fiction. But did you know that they really exist?
What is cuter than a furry animal? A furry animal with spots! Here are some unusual spotted animals from species that don't usually have those markings.
Is there any such thing as unicorns? Not really. But a few of these come very close!
Three rows of teeth and a taste for human flesh! It's the terrifying manticore!
Unicorns have been a subject in art throughout history. here are some of the best examples of unicorn paintings and other art forms.
With the body of a lion and the wings, head and sometimes the forelegs of a giant eagle the griffon is one of the most fascinating mythical beasts.
The taniwha, a creature from New Zealand folklore.